El al-Ándalus y el origen de la cetrería

Date Created: 05 June 2017

Author: Arantza del Barrio

Source: The Internet

Owner: Trofeo Casa y conservacion

Location: Spain

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Footnotes under pictures:

Halconeros a caballo de la Arqueta de la catedral de Tortosa (Tarragona, siglo XII).

Bajorrelieve de las ruinas de Bogazka (Turquía), del siglo XIII antes de Cristo, que representa un halconero sujetando un ave y las pihuelas.

Halconero a caballo del Sudario –en seda– de San Lázaro de Autun (1008, París, museo Cluny), único ejemplo con ave y presa.

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